What academic background do I need to enroll in an MCC career program? You should have a solid understanding of basic high-school math. If you need to improve your math skills, MCC offers courses that can quickly bring you up to speed.
Is financial aid available? Yes. To see if you are eligible, please call our Financial Aid office at (585) 292-2050.
Do I have the option of taking classes on a full or part-time basis? Yes. Most courses are available both during the day and in the evening. The majority of our career programs can be completed within two years on a full-time basis; however, many working adults find our programs the perfect way to continue their education on a part-time basis.
Are there jobs available when I finish my studies? Yes. In Monroe County alone there are hundreds of jobs that go unfilled each year due to the lack of qualified applicants. The number of skilled workers reaching retirement age continues to grow each year, making the skills you will obtain more marketable than at any other time in history. Also, as technology advances, new and greater opportunities continue to expand throughout the world.
Will employers pay for my education? Many employers throughout our area support the efforts of their employees attending MCC Career Programs. If you are currently working, simply ask your employer if they offer continuing education benefits.
How do I get started? For more information regarding any of our programs, pick up the phone and call (585) 292-2002 or feel free to visit our Brighton campus during regular business hours to pick up information in person.
What is the college's mailing address? For more information on any of our technical programs you can also contact us at the following mailing address:
Monroe Community College c/o Gary Graziano, Department Chair 1000 East Henrietta Road
Rochester, NY 14623
Are you are an employer with job opportunities for Engineering Technologies students? Please contact Joe Snowden:
Phone: (585) 685-6126 Email Joe Snowden Address: Monroe Community College Downtown Campus Building: 32, Room: 774E
Brighton Campus Building 8, Room 626 (585) 292-2002